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Mournful Sphinx, female

Enyo lugubris

Description:

Upturned abdomen, two pale eyespots on forewings, an almost perfectly horizontal line that crosses the forewings, a raised horned area on the dorsal aspect of the thorax.

Habitat:

Found in an open hallway on the 2nd floor of my college.


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2 Comments

BonnieLewis
BonnieLewis 2 years ago

Very nice spotting!

Hello Heather R and Welcome to the Project Noah community!
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Heather R
Spotted by
Heather R

Florida, USA

Lat: 28.59, Long: -82.40

Spotted on Jan 18, 2017
Submitted on Jan 18, 2017

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